Beyond the doors, on the right side, is a smallish hotel lobby where the front desk and a couple of self service terminals are located.
On the left side of the front desk is the lift lobby leading to the rooms upstairs. Tap your key card to access the floor your room is located on.
Corner Double Room
The Corner Double Room is relatively larger in size compared with a regular Japanese hotel room. There is even a sofa and coffee table set in a corner of the room, next to the bed.
Immediately after the entering the room, on the left side of the doorway, is a writing desk that also acts as a small pantry area. A mini fridge is found here, and in one of the drawers are the usual coffee and tea and boiling kettle.
On the right side of the passageway is a wardrobe with some hangers. A safe box and air purifier are located here.
In one of the drawers are a couple of bathrobes, and hanging by the clothes hanger in a bottle of fabric freshener spray.
A queen size bed sits in the room. On both sides of the bed are a USB socket and an AC power socket, as well as light switches for the room. There is an alarm clock too.
On a corner of the room next to the bed is a sofa and coffee table set where you can comfortably have some snacks and drinks. Across the room is a TV.
Near the room’s entrance next to the wardrobe is a door leading into the bathroom.
The wash basin and toilet are separated by the low partition.
A set of amenities like toothbrush, tooth paste, etc are provided at the side of the wash basin. A bottle of hand and face soup too.
A separate compartmet houses the bathing area, with a shower area and a bathtub. Toiletries provided are from Mikimoto Cosmetics.
There are no facilities located in this hotel.
Check Out, Please
The Royal Park Hotel Fukuoka may not be situated next to a train station, but it is rather conveniently situated in between Hakata Station and Canal City Hakata. Both are within a 10-15 mins walk away. It is ideal for exploring the city on foot.
The lack of hotel facilities is a non-issue when you are out most of the time exploring the city, and a nice comfy room provides a good night’s rest. It is an enjoyable stay at The Royal Park Hotel Fukuoka.
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The Royal Park Hotel Fukuoka